Friday, October 06, 2006

An Inexact Science

Lisa hated working in the lab. She hated dissecting little animals more, so her science teacher promised she could complete a different assignment. This one had something to do with…
For a second she couldn’t remember how she got here. She looked around. An old recessed ventilation fan hummed from behind a thick iron grating. It got closer the longer she stared at it.
She looked down to see she was holding an antique scalpel in her right hand. Her left hand held open the skin of her own abdomen.
Lisa woke in agony as the anesthesiologist screamed “Stop!”




9 comments:

Dayngr said...

That was great!

larisse said...

Okay... that's just gross. Great job weirding me out. :)

SMG said...

Your all very welcome! I'm just trying to do my part for America.

emeraldcite said...

That was really well done. Great ending.

I didn't see it coming...

Sophonax said...

Cool. I liked the bit with the scalpel. Creepy and well done.

Sheepy said...

Excellent. And gross! :D I could see it all in my head.

Dawno said...

Well done!

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